5 edition of Tudor taxation records found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 62-67).
|Statement||by R.W. Hoyle.|
|Series||Public Record Office readers" guide ;, no. 5|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
|LC Classifications||CD1043.3 .H69 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||94220337|
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Get this from a library. Tudor taxation records: a guide for users. [R W Hoyle; Great Britain. Public Record Office.]. The origin of this book was a doctoral dissertation, on “Parliamentary Lay Taxation, ,” submitted to and accepted by Cambridge University many years ago (no date given).
Since then Roger Schofield has obtained well-deserved international renown for his work and publications with the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and.
: Tudor taxation records: A guide for users (Public Record Office readers' guide) (): Hoyle, R. W: Books. Tudor Taxation Records by R. Hoyle,available at Book Depository with free delivery : R. Hoyle. Taxation Under the Early Tudors - - Kindle edition by Schofield, Roger.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Taxation Under the Early Tudors - Cited by: Roger Schofield is a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, and also a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, the Royal Statistical Society and the British Academy.
He is Senior Research Associate of the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure. He was previously editor of the journal Population Studies and is the co-author of The Population History of England, The document is not noticed in Richard Hoyle's list of extant assessments: Tudor taxation records: a guide for Tudor taxation records book, London51–3.
The two extant assessments from the southern dioceses are now BL, ms Add. (Canterbury) and ms Tudor taxation records book (London).Cited by: 1.
Get this from a library. Taxation under the early Tudors, [Roger Schofield] -- "The early Tudor period is especially significant in the history of taxation. This new study examines the taxes granted by parliament to the crown between and Under Henry VIII, taxation. Based on original research, this book marks an important advance in our understanding not only of the fiscal resources available to the English crown but also of the broader political culture of early Tudor England.
An original study of taxation under the early Tudors. Explains the significance of the parliamentary lay taxation levied on individuals at this : Roger Schofield. Tax records are often difficult to find, are not usually indexed, and give limited information.
Because of this, they are normally searched only after exhausting other sources. Certain circumstances may suggest consulting tax records earlier. For example, apprentice tax records should be consulted if the person sought was employed in a trade which had a guild during the 18th or early 19th.
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Taxation in medieval England was the system of raising money for royal and governmental expenses. During the Anglo-Saxon period, the main forms of taxation were land taxes, although custom duties and fees to mint coins were also imposed.
The most important tax of the late Anglo-Saxon period was the geld, a land tax first regularly collected in to pay for mercenaries.
Shane Beaver provides a good example from the records of the Marquis of Salisbury’s estate at Hatfield [Hertfordshire People, no. 64 (March ) page 13; FHL book D25h] where Richard Oakley, a labourer, did hedging and ditching.
Richard Oakley started by renting a house from Charles Kidman, who farmed Suttons Farm and was a tenant of. Tudor Taxation Records: a guide for users. London: PRO Readers’ Guide 5. Sheail, J. The Regional Distribution of Wealth in England as Indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy. Volume 1. London: List and Index Society Special Series Sheail, J.
The Regional Distribution of Wealth in England as Indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy. Hoyle, Tudor taxation records: a guide for users (P.R.O. Readers' Guide no 5; London, ) Includes listings of printed records M. Jurkowski, C. Smith and D. Crook, Lay Taxes in England and Wales, (Kew, ) Comprehensive chronological listing of taxes, with some notes of published returns.
Historians of Tudor England have recently become increasingly concerned with questions of the State and of State formation. Key issues of debate include: what the State was doing; how, and how well; who it was affecting and how they responded; how the State developed and changed, and to what extent sixteenth-century England was a ‘modern’ State.
This book presents an original study of taxation under the early Tudors. It explains the significance of the parliamentary lay taxation levied on individuals at this time.
It demonstrates the value of the mass of personal tax assessments from this period to social, economic and local : Roger Schofield.As we celebrate World Book Day, Hever Castle’s Conservation & Engagement Assistant, Alison Palmer, talks about her top five Tudor books.
Growing up just down the road from Hever Castle – in Edenbridge – probably made my interest in Anne Boleyn, and by extension the whole Tudor era, a sure thing.